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I Don't Believe that We Are Having Another Cold War

<p><em>Paul Saunders, associate publisher of the National Interest, interviewed Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov on Friday, March 24, 2017, in Moscow. Their wide-ranging and blunt conversation, which lasted over an hour, covered topics from Ukraine and Syria to the 2016 U.S. presidential election and the future of U.S.-Russia cooperation....


RIAC Members General Meeting 2016

... results of the first 5 years of Council's work, stressing the role of the members in the Council's work. Mr. Ivanov highlighted the input of RIAC's first Board of Trustee's Chairman Evgeniy Primakov in the organization's establishment and development. Sergey Lavrov, Russia's Minister of Foreign Affairs and RIAC Board of Trustees' Chairman gave a speech at the opening of the General Meeting. Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s speech Ladies and gentlemen, We have suffered a terrible loss. Ambassador ...


Sergey Lavrov

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation (RF).Chairman of Board of Trustees of RIACGraduated from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) of the USSR Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA). Worked in the Soviet embassy in Sri-Lanka, senior counselor at the USSR Permanent Representative office to the UN in New York, in a number of positions at the central office of the USSR and then at the RF MFA. Was Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Permanent Representative to the...


The U.S. take responsibilities to exert pressure on Kiev

The fact that Kerry’s visit to Sochi took place for the first time in two years indicates that it is generally an extraordinary event. Different factors have played a role here. On the one hand, there is the desire to preserve the dialogue, especially, in the times of a growing number of international problems, where Russian and American interests are the same. On the other hand, there is the desire to take part in tackling the Ukrainian crisis. After all, the U.S. is not a participant of the...


Kerry's visit to Russia sign of compromise

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's trip to Russia on Tuesday was a sign of compromise and reconciliation, said a leading Russian expert. During the visit shortly after Russia held a Red Square parade to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the victory of the anti-Fascist war, Kerry met with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. At their talks in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Lavrov reaffirmed that Russia should not be blamed for the current stalemate over its relations...


Obama's "Scare Force" Targets BRICS

... audience Brookings commentators gave him good marks for his openness and willingness to dialogue. The image credit is Brinkmanship turns into economic warfare Until early this year, diplomatic interactions between Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry showed the willingness of presidents Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama to dialogue too. But complications involving anti-Assad Islamists supported by U.S. interests, taking part in the fighting in Syria,...


Islam, the hidden “I” in BRICS

... Federation president Vladimir Putin has praised Argentina, where he just signed a major nuclear deal with the government. But in their coverage the BBC also noted that the Russian leader remains circumspect about the future of the BRICS. Foreign minister Sergey Lavrov was recently quoted by international news agencies as saying that to manage its global presence Russia needs to spend more money on public diplomacy and public relations. The same can be said for the BRICS. There is a burst of media buzz ...


Can Russia help save Peronist Argentina from itself?

... will check back on progress at the end of July. U.S. energy companies, including Chevron, have acquired interests in the “new” YPF. In a recent visit to Moscow Argentine foreign minister Hector Timerman held discussions with counterpart Sergey Lavrov, who confirmed the Kremlin&#39;s support for Argentina&#39;s position regarding the disputed Malvinas-Falkland islands. The United States does not support Argentina&#39;s claim. With nearly 30 years of experience as an author,...


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